Well I was seccessful in removing the New adframe, but Yahoo!/Geocities has a backup incase the adframe is removed.
So as soon as they adframe is GONE, the old watermark ad (floating box) pops right up.
I tried implementing the old code to remove the watermark ad, but there seems to be some problem, since the box is still there.
I wonder if anyone knows where or what other code, if any, can remove BOTH ads.
I have a temporary solution that works very well. First, copy all of your HTML files and then convert each of them into a text file (.txt extension). Now, put redirects on each of your html files, so that they point to your newly created text files. Internet Explorer will still render the text files as HTML. Since the ad-generator doesn't recognize .txt files, you shouldn't have any ads on your web site. One last thing - this doesn't work with any
other browser except Internet Explorer (Mozilla, Opera, etc., will render your .txt file as a text file only). It's a roundabout "fix" of sort, but it works.